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FOX Business
Feb 17, 2013 1:00am EST
money under the plan and not outsourced to china. you need somebody in the stores, some benefit, but a lot of of losers, higher unemployment, certainly at some point, and other negatives. i sort of think they should get to the bottom of the research and do both. index it to inflation wch they should do anyway and lets certain politicians benefit it, saying they're going to raise it every few years, if it raises the unemployment rate in a couple of years, get rid of it and prove it's bad for the economy and we could kind of see what could happen. >> maybe it it should be indicated to average wages instead of inflation. >> john, is it more black and white? should we hike it or scrap it? what's better for the job market? >> i think a hybrid of it. and what you hit on, brenda, i think is the best thing to do and that is index it to average wages. and how far most people said. the data does not support this. the white house, the only study they could find is the 2010 study that had more people debunking it, than people saying it's a real study and the earned income tax credit does mo
FOX Business
Feb 24, 2013 1:00am EST
china, he loans us 40 cents on every single dollar largest stimulus in history. santa claus is real apparently. >> if you're concerned about it, can you imagine when the sequester hits? that's, that's the tragedy. >> oh, give me a break. >> that's fear mongering, that's nothing else, please. >> and to jehmu's point further. >> brenda: go ahead. >> we should be grateful we're not raising the payroll tax to make up for the lost tens of billions to the treasuries fund and going back to the level it was a few years ago, we're lucky in that sense, that system is the big e-hole they've got and had enough. look, it helped retailers the lowest a lot and hurt them this year. this is not in a recession, we've lived through this payroll tax clip and for cycles going back for many, many years, to think that we need it lower or we're going into depression is absurd. we're not there now. and we can handle paying off our debt. >> gary b. we may not be in recession officially right now, but we need one more quarter of negative, of contraction of gdp and we will be. >> john sums it up. we're the wor
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